Wheelchairs for Developing Countries

In many developed countries we take simple things for granted, paved sidewalks being just one example. No doubt, using a wheelchair is never easy but it’s definitely a lot harder in parts of the world where muddy roads are the norm and handicap ramps are non-existent. Recently, two students at the Chalmers University of Technology in […]
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Rail Cuts May Affect People in Wheelchairs

The looming sequester cuts that have Americans in a panic is not limited to the United States. As the global economy continues to lag, other countries are facing tough decisions involving layoffs and discontinued services. In Canada, Via Rail, the national rail service for the Canadian government, has announced it will lay off more than […]
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